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Authorization errors #

One of the first steps in setting up the BigBuy WooCommerce plugin, is authorizing your BigBuy account with WooCommerce. However, during this process you can experience errors. We have stated them below including the solution.

Code Error message Screenshot Cause Solution
Shop is not registered Screenshot 1) The permalinks are set on Plain

2) There is no valid SSL certificate problem installed. You might see an error like: cURL Error: SSL certificate problem: unable to get local issuer certificate.

3) The logs show: Response body has invalid JSON.

1) Go in your WordPress dashboard to Settings > Permalinks and configure your permalinks to anything but Plain. Try again to authorize.

2) Activate and install a SSL certificate via your hosting provider and try again.

3) This can have 2 different solutions. It is either related to the permalinks setting also or access to the WooCommerce REST API is blocked by a firewall, server or hosting provider.
3.1) Go in your WordPress dashboard to Settings > Permalinks and configure your permalinks to anything but Plain. Try again to authorize.
3.2) Check with your hosting provider what is blocking the WooCommerce REST API and make sure it will get unblocked. Try again to authorize, once this is done.

Woosa secret key is invalid Screenshot You have changed domains, database or cloned your webshop. You can find the Woosa secret key via WooCommerce > Settings > General and scroll all the way down. You will notice that this field is disabled and you can’t edit it. However, that field probably has the wrong secret key stored. The only way to solve this is by Submitting a Ticket including access to your WordPress dashboard. Our Support Desk will be able to solve this within minutes.
null Screenshot Your website doesn’t have a valid SSL certificate. Activate and install a SSL certificate via your hosting provider and try again.
401 Granting authorization has failed, please check the logs. Screenshot You are using the wrong BigBuy API key to authorize Check in your BigBuy dropshipping account, what your correct API key is and try again. You can read here where to find this information.

Synchronization errors #

Code Error message Screenshot Cause Solution
request.headers[x-woosa-signature]: Signature value is invalid Screenshot One of the credentials to connect with our and BigBuy its server is incorrect. Follow the next steps to solve this issue:

  • Go to WooCommerce > Settings > Advanced > REST API > Revoke the REST API key of Woosa
  • Go to Users > Search for woosa_midlayer > Delete the woosa_midlayer user
  • Go to Plugins > Search for the Woosa – BigBuy for WooCommerce plugin > Deactivate the plugin > Reactivate the plugin
  • Go to WooCommerce > Settings > BigBuy > Authorization > Click on the button Click to Authorize.

It might happen that after these steps you will receive a new error during the authorization: Woosa secret key invalid. Please read the solution for this error above.

  • Try again to Start the Synchronization.

Order errors #

Code Error message Screenshot Cause Solution
Shipping services can not be empty Screenshot A part of the shipping address is missing Make sure that all mandatory fields of the BigBuy Order API are filled in, to be able to send the order to BigBuy. The mandatory fields are:

  • first name
  • last name
  • post code
  • city
  • country
  • street + house number
  • phone number
  • email address

Since WooCommerce v5.6 the phone number is not automatically copied from the billing address to the shipping address. Since it is mandatory, read here how to solve this easily.

Inactive product Screenshot The product is not available in the BigBuy XML feed or API You can try to purchase this product manually via your BigBuy dropshipping account. If this gives the same error, it is not possible anymore to purchase this product and sent it to your customer.
Products have no stock Screenshot The product is Out of Stock at BigBuy Unfortunately you can’t solve this issue. Instead you should contact your customer and offer them an alternative product, which as actual stock.

To prevent this error from happening to often, we advise you to configure the Preserve Stock Offset in the settings of our BigBuy WooCommerce plugin.

No tracking found for selected orders or orders were not found. Screenshot 1) The order is not sent to BigBuy yet

2) The order is sent to BigBuy, but BigBuy hasn’t shipped it yet

1) If the order is not automatically sent to BigBuy you can also try to sent it manually via WooCommerce > Orders > Bulk actions > BigBuy: Send to and click Apply.

2) Check with BigBuy what the actual status of the shipment is to get the latest update.